Who are the people behind the Bike Medicine Corporate Training Program?


Bruce Gilbert

50 year involvement with bike racing around the world with professional, elite amateur and development teams. Bicycle industry product designer and developer. Founder of the Bike Medicine Corporate Cycling Program.

  • Union Cycliste Internationale Team Mechanic
  • Union Cycliste Internationale Team Trainer
  • USA Cycling Coaching License

Career Highlights:

  • Professional bike race team mechanic
  • Professional bike race team trainer
  • Logistics and equipment manager for numerous professional race teams
  • Team organizer and manager for elite amateur bike racing teams
  • Bicycle industry product manufacturer
  • Experience in training amateur and elite women bike racers
  • Innovator for numerous professional team maintenance procedures and tools.
  • Marketing manager, business development manager and negotiator for many professional bike racing teams.
  • Training system innovator and developer for corporate cycling groups
  • Promoting, organizing and running cycling training camps
  • Organizing and training corporate cycling groups

Mark Marshall

Career athlete achieving distinction in Road, Track and Triathlon competitions. Currently providing coaching for professional and elite bike racers, Triathletes, corporate cycling groups, and recreational athletes of all ages and skills. Recently coached 2 UCI professional women racers, resulting in wins at the 2015 World Championships.

  • United Cycling Federation (USA) Category 2 Track Racer
  • United Cycling Federation Category 3 Road Racer
  • USA Cycling Official
  • USA Cycling Level 2 Coach
  • Slowtwitch © Certified Bike Fitter

Capabilities

  • Coaching of elite amateur and professional cyclists
  • Expert bike fitting for all levels for men and women cycling athletes
  • Technical cycling racing skills and handling clinics worldwide
  • Planned, conducted and hosted training camps, cycling competitions and Triathlon events
  • Developed a unique skills and drills series for enhancing cycling safety and bike handling

Career Highlights

  • Competed in over 1000 cycling Road and Track races
  • New York State Cycling Track Championships - Top 4 – 1996 through 1973 and 1983
  • Nassau Wheelmen Club Men’s Champion Road and Track 1963-1970
  • German Bicycle Sports Club Spring Champion (year)
  • Two Wheeler Dealer North Carolina Club Men’s Champion (year)
  • North Carolina Time Trial Championship- 3rd place. 1989
  • South Lake Bicycles Racing Team member
  • Florida Track Champion Masters- Sprints, Time Trials and Point Race- 1994-1998
  • Senior Games Florida State Road Champion- Men’s Time Trials 2004
  • Senior Games Florida Time Trial Champion- Men's Time Trials-2006
  • South Eastern Regional Track Champion- Sprints, Time Trials and 500 Meter Pursuit and Points Races- 1999
  • Florida State Masters Men Champion- Sprints, 500 Meter, 3000 Meter, Time Trial and Points Races -2006

John Howard

Founder of John Howard Performance Sports

John is a member of the US Cycling Hall Of Fame and of the UltraCycling Hall of Fame. He has authored four books and numerous articles on cycling. Over the past three decades, in addition to his pioneering work in bike fitting, John has established a reputation as one of the country’s best cycling coaches. His clients have included Brad Huff, US PRO National Elite and Pro Criterium Champion, 2005-6, Denise Mueller, Scott Tinley, Scott Molina and Mark Allen to name a few.

Career Highlights:

  • Won the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon (1981)
  • Set the bicycle speed record of 152.2 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats. (1985)
  • Won the USA Cycling Elite level Road Championships four times (1968, 1972, 1973, 1975)
  • Spent 10 years on the US National Cycling Team
  • Ridden on the 1968, 1972 and 1976 Olympic Teams
  • Won America’s only gold at the Pan-Am Games Road Race (1971)
  • Won the Tour de L’Estra (1972)
  • Won a stage and finished 3rd overall at the Tour of Ireland (1973)
  • Won the Tour of Newfoundland (1975)
  • Won the first 1000-mile Tour of Baja (1975)
  • Finished 2nd in the Race Across America (1982) and co-founded the race
  • Set the world 24-hour cycling distance record of 593 miles (1987)
  • Set the world 24-hour canoeing record of 104.6 miles (2000)
  • Competitive Cycling Magazine’s Cyclist of the Decade (1970’s)
  • USAC and NORBA Elite and Master’s National Champion 18 times
Mike Stewart

Long time cycling experience around the world, with recreational bike clubs and company groups. Deep career experience (40 years) in dealing with corporations in the professional business arena. Co-Founder of the Bike Medicine Corporate Cycling Program.

Cycling Involvement Highlights and Capabilities:

  • Seasoned corporate manager with diverse international experience.
  • Professional Engineer (PE)
  • USA Cycling Coaching license, League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructor.
  • Training system innovator, contributor and developer for corporate cycling groups. 
  • Long term participation in all aspects of corporate cycling such as recruiting, logistics, budgeting, management and human resources interface, clothing acquisition and team motivation.
  • Marketing manager, business development manager and project manager for numerous corporate groups, both domestic and internationally.
  • Managing, organizing and training numerous recreational corporate cycling teams,
  • Experienced instructor for corporate cycling safety, skills and handling programs.
  • Veteran trainer and author of many corporate training programs. Helped shape the Bike Medicine Program for corporate cycling needs.
  • Promoting, organizing and running cycling training camps and hosting corporate cycling retreats.
Bike Medicine offers a full spectrum of corporate cycling coaching, team development, performance and safety training.
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